Are you ready for fun weather themed ideas for your classroom? Spring is the time I typically teach about weather and use the theme of weather to teach other relevant skills. Rainbows, rain, umbrellas, sunshine and more.
These engaging activities are favorites for a weather week. They will help teach kindergarteners about the four seasons and the different types of weather including rain, sun, rainbow, wind and more. Plus, there are activities that teach other skills, like math and literacy, with a weather or weather related theme.
All About Weather Boom Cards
Help students explore & understand weather and seasons with these fun, engaging Boom Cards. These cards will also have children think about clothing that is typically appropriate for the different seasons. Children will also get to fill in the template based on Weather Woman Wendy’s forecast.
Rainbow rice is an easy and colorful way to add a weather theme to your sensory bin or table. I share the tutorial that I use to easily add color to the rice.
Click here to go to post “Easy to Make Rainbow Rice for the Sensory Bin” for information and directions.
Help students practice subtraction with this fun, spring themed season activity. A Cut and Paste Book. This works with numbers 0-7 and will help students understand the concept of showing your work. Click on above image to download your free copy.
These Rainbow Alphabet Cards can be printed, cut and laminated to use in a ton of different ways in your classroom. From matching games, geo boards, writing in sand and so much more. You can see all of my ideas and download the cards for free here.
More Math Activities
Our Count & Match mats are a super simple way to incorporate a weather theme while helping students strengthen counting anywhere from 1-30. This set comes with the mats and printable counters.